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Ledyard program links students to agriculture

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LEDYARD, Conn. (AP) — Brittany Fuchs' school day starts a good half hour before the bell rings. Every morning at 7 a.m. — and for a half hour after school and twice on weekends — Fuchs trudges out to the barn behind Ledyard High to greet, feed and walk a one-month-old Holstein calf named Annabelle. "I went from wanting to work at an aquarium to, like, wanting to own my own dog kennel, and...

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